Mark Hankey from MUSC presented the following paper: "Why Ports Hold the Key to Security Across the Supply Chain" - topic addressed included:
Promoting risk management as a central component of effective port management.
Financial implications of working with customers to stop theft and other criminal activities.
People and weapon smuggling and the transportation of counterfeit goods.
Gaining brand equity through a clearer demonstration of commitment to security.
Protecting company and client’s assets improve company value and shareholder protection.
Implications of ISO28000 in security control and implementing other best practices.
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